Technical Documentation in the Digital Thread

Technical Documentation

Documents such as specifications, assembly instructions, parts lists, training materials, design reviews, and service bulletins all have one thing in common: your product. Managing them outside of PLM means their contents can easily fall behind changes made to the product, incurring significant time, effort, and risk of error when they must be manually updated and revised.
 
Aras Technical Documentation can structure the creation of many different kinds of product-related documents by connecting with data from all of the applications across the Aras Innovator platform. It automates data creation, pulling the latest product information into the customizable layout your teams need to work in—whatever type of document that is. And, it automates changes: as each linked piece of content is updated, stakeholders are notified and can accept the change or continue evolving the document. This quick and easy notification and synchronization accelerates their work and reduces the risk of inaccuracies.

 

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Technical Documentation

Documents such as specifications, assembly instructions, parts lists, training materials, design reviews, and service bulletins all have one thing in common: your product. Managing them outside of PLM means their contents can easily fall behind changes made to the product, incurring significant time, effort, and risk of error when they must be manually updated and revised.

Aras Technical Documentation can structure the creation of many different kinds of product-related documents by connecting with data from all of the applications across the Aras Innovator platform. It automates data creation, pulling the latest product information into the customizable layout your teams need to work in—whatever type of document that is. And, it automates changes: as each linked piece of content is updated, stakeholders are notified and can accept the change or continue evolving the document. This quick and easy notification and synchronization accelerates their work and reduces the risk of inaccuracies.

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